Today American-Made Cutlery Gives Strawberry Ice Cream the Attention It Deserves

American-Made Cutlery for #StrawberryIceCreamDay
American-Made Cutlery for #StrawberryIceCreamDay

If you were to survey your customers and coworkers on what their favorite ice cream flavor is, odds are vanilla and chocolate would be up there at 1st and 2nd place.

What flavor do you think would take 3rd place? Maybe strawberry? Let’s celebrate strawberry ice cream today- after all, today is its national holiday!

I love using this American-Made Cutlery ice cream scoop to serve myself a bowl of homemade strawberry ice cream. It’s even better when there are surprise chunks of juicy berries in it!

American-made Cutlery Ice Cream Scoop
American-made Cutlery Ice Cream Scoop

American-Made Cutlery’s Secret Ingredient for Pizza Week Is…

American-Made Cutlery for #PizzaWeek
American-Made Cutlery for #PizzaWeek

It’s no surprise that when I told my kids that this week is National Pizza Week, they jumped up and down with joy! One of my family’s go-to meals is definitely pizza: everyone likes it, it’s easy to customize, and it’s fast to make (or order!).

What toppings will you put on yours tonight?

  • Black olives
  • Green peppers
  • Sundried tomatoes
  • Pepperoni

Don’t forget to grab this American-Made Cutlery pizza cutter to slice it up!

American-made Cutlery Pizza Cutter
American-made Cutlery Pizza Cutter

The Best Fruit Knife For Today’s Fruit of Honor

Fruit Knives for National Apricot Day
Fruit Knives for National Apricot Day

It’s fruit trivia time! Which fruit originated in China 4,000 years ago and is a relative of the peach? Your first guess might be the nectarine, right? It is, in fact, the petite and beloved apricot- a fruit rich in vitamins A & C. It made its way slowly westward from China, through the Mediterranean, and finally over to North America, where it mainly settled in California. California produces 95% of our country’s apricots. Yum!

How do you want to enjoy an apricot today?

  • Grab your fruit knife and cut yourself a fresh slice
  • Make a yummy tart or homemade preserves
  • Have an afternoon snack of dried apricots
  • Use your fruit knife to chop some into your morning granola
  • Plant a tree
Stainless Fruit Knife
Stainless Fruit Knife

An American-Made Cutlery Fillet Knife Fit for a French Fisherman

American-Made Cutlery for #BouillabaisseDay
American-Made Cutlery for #BouillabaisseDay

Did you do your meal planning for the week yet? Maybe a Pasta Monday, Taco Tuesday, Pizza Wednesday, Quiche Thursday, and a Bouillabaisse Friday. Wait, Bouill-a-what? Even the most seasoned home chef might not know exactly what a bouillabaisse is, so here you go: it is a fish stew that French fishermen created in the port city of Marseille. The name of the stew comes from “to boil” and “to simmer.”

You can really use any variety of fresh fish and shellfish in the stew, and simmer them with tomatoes, potatoes, celery, and onions. Don’t forget to serve a warm grilled baguette on the side with a traditional French spicy mayonnaise called rouille.

And since the most important ingredient in this fish stew is fish, don’t forget to sharpen your American-Made Cutlery fillet knife before you chop up your ingredients.

Happy cooking and eating!

Fillet Knife
Fillet Knife

American-Made Cutlery: The Official Taste-Tester of Today’s Brownies

American-Made Cutlery for #BrownieDay
American-Made Cutlery for #BrownieDay

There is much debate in the brownie world about what the proper texture should be. Is the best brownie…

  1. Fudgy
  2. Cakey

Today is National Brownie Day, so you can choose your preferred texture! And if you want, you can add frosting to the top, or any nuts to the batter. Make sure to grab your American-Made Cutlery Mini Server to cut them up (if you’re willing to share!)

Yum!

American-made Cutler Mini Server
American-made Cutler Mini Server

Pie vs. Cake: Round 2 For American-Made Cutlery

American-Made Cutlery for #PieDay
American-Made Cutlery for #PieDay

Last week we celebrated Thanksgiving in a much different way than in years past. Maybe with fewer friends & family, but with (hopefully) just as many yummy dishes.

Last week was also National Cake Day, but now it is time for pies to take center stage: It’s National Pie Day!

Pumpkin, pecan, apple, cherry, coconut cream? You can’t go wrong, unless (somehow) you forgot your American-Made Cutlery pie server. Silly you- don’t forget it next time!

American-made Cutlery Pie Server
American-made Cutlery Pie Server

Let American-Made Cutlery Be The Judge: Pie vs. Cake

American-Made Cutlery for #CakeDay
American-Made Cutlery for #CakeDay

Today, everyone is celebrating one of the most famous holidays- Thanksgiving- with turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and pies. LOTS of pies!

But did you know that today is actually National Cake Day?

I personally prefer pie to cake, with its buttery crust and endless varieties of fillings. But perhaps we should all give cake a bit of attention today and add it to our Thanksgiving menu. Whether you choose traditional flavors such as vanilla or chocolate, or go the funfetti route, it’ll satisfy your sweet tooth for sure!

Grab your American-Made Cutlery servers to share a slice with everyone at the table-

American-Made Cutlery Serving Set
American-Made Cutlery Serving Set

Indulge Yourself With This American-Made Cutlery Tool

American-Made Cutlery for #SundaeDay
American-Made Cutlery for #SundaeDay

After a long election week, it’s about time to relax and treat yourself. How about a nice cool ice cream sundae?! Today is National Sundae Day- how will you build yours?

  • Choose your ice cream flavor(s)
  • Scoop it into your bowl with this amazing American-Made Cutlery ice cream scoop
  • Choose your toppings- hot fudge, caramel, nuts, cherries, sprinkles!
  • Do NOT share 😉
American-made Cutlery Ice Cream Scoop
American-made Cutlery Ice Cream Scoop